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Disappointment on WHM8.8.0: Domain rename problems still NOT rectified.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SuperBaby, Feb 13, 2004.

  1. SuperBaby

    SuperBaby Well-Known Member

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    I am disappointed to see that in the latest WHM stable version 8.8.0, the domain rename problems are still not corrected.

    If you try to rename the domain of an account, what the WHM will do is to simply create another DNS zone for the new domain, leaving the old one in the system (instead of removing it). After renaming the domain, you will also find the account disappearing under "WHM >> Account Functions >> List Accounts" although the account is still valid.

    For now, the fastest way to rename a domain is to:

    1) terminate the existing account and re-establish it with the new domain. Of course, using this method, you will lose all data. So this method is only suitable if your account is new and has nothing much inside.

    2) park the new domain name as a "parked domain", leaving the old domain name intact.
     
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    aegis Well-Known Member

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    I've just done this on WHM 10.8.0 and had the exact same thing happen.

    Is there a way to get back the account details or do I have to delete the account and put it back again? Very annoying.
     
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    cooldude7273 Well-Known Member

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    Is there a bugzilla entry for this? That's the formal way for cpanel people to see something like this.
     
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